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by Nonabah Bryan,Stella Young

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  • ISBN 0910584494
  • ISBN13 978-0910584494
  • Language English
  • Author Nonabah Bryan,Stella Young
  • Publisher Filter Pr Llc (June 1, 1978)
  • Pages 75
  • Formats lit lrf txt azw
  • Category Hobby
  • Subcategory Crafts and Hobbies
  • Size ePub 1724 kb
  • Size Fb2 1889 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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Book by Nonabah Bryan



Navajo Native Dyes book. Recipes were formulated by Nonabah Bryan, a Navajo, and compiled by Stella Young of the Home Economics Department at Wingate Vocati Originally published by the . Originally published by the . Bureau of Indian Affairs in 1940, this is a collection of authentic recipes for rendering dyes from native Southwest plants used for the dyeing of wool for rugs. The book contains a guide to identifying plants.

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Additional observations regarding native dyes. Bibliographic information. Navajo and Hopi dyes. 10 other sections not shown. Common terms and phrases. Nonabah Gorman Bryan, Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton, Stella Young. Historic Indian Publishers, 1940.

Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use. Nonabah G. Bryan.

oceedings{Young1976NavajoND, title {Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use}, author {Stella M. Young and Nonabah Gorman Bryan and Charles Keetsie Shirley}, year {1976} }. Stella M. Young, Nonabah Gorman Bryan, Charles Keetsie Shirley.

Colton, Mary-Russell Ferrell; Nonabah Gorman Bryan; Stella Young. Navajo and Hopi Dyes, Salt Lake City, Utah: Historic Indian Publishers, 1965. ISBN 978-1-883736-08-8. Colton, Mary-Russell Ferrell.

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2 Navajo Native Dyes, by Nonebah Bryan and Stella Young. 3 Pueblo Embroidery, by Ellen Lawrence. 4 Seneca Basketry, by Marjorre Lismer. The department was fortunate in having on its staff Mrs. Bryan, q Navajo woman, educated in government schools, and familiar with the reservation, having spent most of her life on it. She was em ployed to teach Navajo weaving, at which she has become an artist. Much of her effort during the past few years has been spent in perfecting native.